Harvard resident Ryan Freeman and his family have been in the entertainment business for four years, though Freeman said he has been interested in his current vocation since childhood.
When one sits back and thinks of what kind of sound would come out of a recently renovated first floor of an old factory, the first thoughts that come to mind would possibly be hollow, tinny and even
Not sure what to do if you have the wintertime blues? Perhaps a concert or two will help perk up your spirits.
Harvard resident Thomas Barnett has been an artist since birth – his mother told him he was born with a pencil in his hand.
Wake up, Harvard, it’s time for the flip side of the coin. In my last two articles we covered folk to jazz, which have, without a doubt, roots in a lot of different music we all favor.
The Harvard Diggins Library will hold a concert at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, at 900 E. McKinley St., featuring classically trained musician Mike Basin.
A rap group of four young men from Harvard, 815’s Very Own, believe they have what it takes to make it to the top and change the face of rap music while they are at it.
Harvard High School students will usher in spring with a bit of magic this year.
On Dec. 6, I was privileged to attend Jimmy’s Patio for a night of music. It was a last-minute invite to see 23-year- old singer/songwriter Michael Pfingsten, and it did not disappoint.
Harvard resident Charlotte Bendorf began teaching music at age 16 and hasn’t stopped since.
“It has become my passion,” she said.